Angela Walker Franklin ’81 is the first female and first Black president in Des Moines University's history.
The university announces a strategic diversity plan and new websites for the chief diversity officer and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Furman Athletics and the university’s Office of Development has launched the Furman Athletics Fund.
TSgt. Holliday served an important role as a stand-in for Vice President Kamala Harris in Inauguration Day's rehearsal.
Despite the growth of walking and biking trails, more research is needed to help them be equitably accessible.
Emma Jones ’20 led the effort to place a memorial to lynching victim Henry White in Walker County, Georgia.
Prowell is an assistant principal at Joseph Keels Elementary, the school she attended as a child in Columbia, South Carolina.
Painted with her left hand and penned with her right, Majelica’s Magical Moment” is a children’s picture book written in rhyme and published earlier in the summer.
Creative people find an outlet for good ideas through Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and Furman Creative Collaborative.
A new program in partnership with Prisma Health places the needs of customers or end-users at the center of the creative process.